7am-10pm Sat. Nov. 4

Wisconsin Honey Producers Association Fall Conference

Ross Conrad; Author of Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Agriculture; David Tarpy, Honey Bee Biology; and Dr. Marla Spivak of the U of M bee lab. Young commercial beekeepers panel, honey show, Queen's auction, Kids & bees expo and more.

Holiday Inn South 4751 Owen Ayres Court, Eau Claire

Cost: Member $60, Spouse $20, Child 12-18 $20; Non-Member $70, Spouse $30, Child 12-18 $30; Fri Lunch $15; Sat Banquet $30

Age: All ages

9am Sat. Nov. 4

The Science of Yoga

Join us at Highland Fitness in Eau Claire for a discussion of the science of yoga, followed by a class.

Highland Fitness Center 2221 Eastridge Center, Eau Claire

Cost: Contact for admission information

9:15am-2pm Sat. Nov. 4

CPR/AED/First Aid Training

First Aid and CPR / AED courses are designed to teach the basic life support skills needed to render emergency care when needed. Participants who successfully complete the class will receive a certification in Adult CPR/AED and Infant CPR with First Aid.

Eau Claire YMCA 700 Graham Ave., Eau Claire

Cost: Member: $70, Community: $95

Age: Ages 15+

10-11am Sat. Nov. 4

Black Bears Of Wisconsin

Dave Schmitt of Haycreek Outfitters, BCR Volunteer and nature-lover, will present a fun and informative program on black bears of Wisconsin suitable for elementary age to adult learners.

Wise Nature Center, Beaver Creek Reserve S1 Cty Rd. K, Fall Creek

Cost: FREE (Register by 11/2)

Age: Ages 5+

10am Sat. Nov. 4

Winter Wonderland Miniature Garden Workshop

Make your very own Winter Wonderland Miniature Garden. These miniature gardens will have a special twist just for the holidays. With a unique container, a few plants, festive holiday décor, and a touch of elfin magic, you’ll have a wonderful new miniature garden to add to your holiday decor.

Down To Earth Garden Center 6025 Arndt Ln., Eau Claire

Cost: Cost: Build your own; only pay for what you take home

11am-4pm Sat. Nov. 4

Honoring Education Pow-Wow

A celebration of culture that bridges the customs and stories of the past with the energy and vitality of 21st-century Native American people from the UW-Eau Claire campus and the community. Music, song, dance, food and storytelling will bring together indigenous people as well as the greater community in a day of socializing and visiting with family and friends.

Zorn Arena UWEC, Garfield Avenue 121, Eau Claire

1:30-4pm Sat. Nov. 4

Paint at Cheers Pablo

Head to Cheers Pablo for one of many painting events, or a DIY sign class. No painting experience necessary, just come ready to have fun. More information about available classes online.

Cheers Pablo 2839 Mall Drive, Suite 3A, Eau Claire

Cost: $35 per person, $25 for Kids Under 12

Age: All Ages

4-6pm Sat. Nov. 4

Abstract Flower Paintings with Fluid Acrylics

Learn to create abstract flower paintings with fluid acrylics This is a fun way to create colorful designs and the best part about it is that anyone can do it. Create a fabulous piece of artwork. You’ll love the abstract designs that you can create.

Arts, Etc. 930 Galloway Street, Banbury Place Building 13, Suite 27, Eau Claire

Cost: $30 (materials provided)

Age: All Ages

6:30-9pm Sat. Nov. 4

Paint at Cheers Pablo

Head to Cheers Pablo for one of many painting events, or a DIY sign class. No painting experience necessary, just come ready to have fun. More information about available classes online.

Cheers Pablo 2839 Mall Drive, Suite 3A, Eau Claire

Cost: $35 per person, $25 for Kids Under 12

Age: All Ages

7pm Sat. Nov. 4

Observing Color: An Artist's Approach

Emeritus Professor of Art, Tiit Raid, will present a talk on the Art and Science of color painting. This event at UW-Eau Claire’s Haas Fine Arts Center is part of a month-long (October 18-November 15) exhibit and set of presentations in the Foster Gallery with the theme of Art AND Science: Color.

Foster Gallery UWEC Haas Fine Arts Center, 121 Water St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

7-9pm Sat. Nov. 4

Science in the Dark - Astronomy

First, experience an illustrated discussion explaining the night sky and how to put into perspective the information our eyes and our telescopes present to us. Second, if clear, observe the full moon and other objects.

Hobbs Observatory In Beaver Creek Reserve, S1 Cty Hwy K, Fall Creek

Cost: FREE